fbpx

Karoo

9 Pop-Up Photography Workshops

3 days

3 lessons per day

R300.00 per lesson

Join us for a full tour with transport, accommodation and all the workshops 

– OR –

if you live in the area, join us for the workshops that you want! 

>> We are throwing in the famous Leonid Meteor Shower!<<

“Radiating from the constellation Leo the Lion, the famous Leonid meteor shower has produced some of the greatest meteor storms in history – at least one in living memory, 1966 – with rates as high as thousands of meteors per minute during a span of 15 minutes on the morning of November 17, 1966. Indeed, on that beautiful night in 1966, the meteors did, briefly, fall like rain. Some who witnessed the 1966 Leonid meteor storm said they felt as if they needed to grip the ground, so strong was the impression of Earth plowing along through space, fording the meteoroid stream. The meteors, after all, were all streaming from a single point in the sky – the radiant point – in this case in the constellation Leo the Lion. Leonid meteor storms sometimes recur in cycles of 33 to 34 years, but the Leonids around the turn of the century – while wonderful for many observers – did not match the shower of 1966. And, in most years, the Lion whimpers rather than roars, producing a maximum of perhaps 10-15 meteors per hour on a dark night. Like many meteor showers, the Leonids ordinarily pick up steam after midnight and display the greatest meteor numbers just before dawn, for all points on the globe. In 2020, the moon will display a waxing crescent phase, and set at early evening, to provide moon-free skies nearly all night long. The expected peak night is from late night November 16 till dawn November 17. The Leonids tend to produce the most meteors in the predawn hours, at which time the moon will be long gone”

The Pop Up includes: 
Saturday 14 November:

Transport from Hermanus, George Airport, or any where en-route to Prince Albert

Sunday 15 November: (Prince Albert)
  • 08h00-10h30: My Camera Basics. Setting your camera up and getting the technical basics explained easily. 
  • 12h30-15h00: Aperture & depth of field. Understanding all the f-stops and when to use them. 
  • 16h00-18h30: Landscapes and composition. Foreground, middle ground, background. How to find and photograph the hero.
Monday 16 November: (Prince Albert)
  • 05h30-08h00 Shutter Speed. How and when to shoot from 1/4000 to a full 30 seconds
  • 10h30-13h00 Macro & close up.  A deep study of the wonderful world of Macro and close up. 
  • 15h30-18h00 Working with off camera flash. Learn to fill, bounce, diffuse, sync and understand your flash.

BONUS >>>>> HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH A METEOR SHOWER (additional workshop)

Tuesday 17 November: (Prince Albert / Sutherland)
  • 08h00-10h30 Interior and exterior Architecture. Getting your lines and light right!
  • 12h30-14h30 Lightroom.  Beginners Class
  • Transfer to Sutherland

BONUS >>>>> HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH THE STARS (included)

Wednesday 18 November:

Transport to CT International Airport or Hermanus on the 18th from Sutherland

Who are the photographic instructors?
  • Peter Hassall (National President of SA Pro-Photographers with 35 years experience). Peter Hassall will only join if there are more than 6 bookings
  • Leanne Dryburgh (Western Cape Manager of SA Pro-Photographers with 27 years experience).
To book:

Please fill out the Bookings button above to book your place.

Accommodation:
  • If you are sharing transport* with us, we need to book your accommodation, as collection of the large group and drop off is manageable leaving from one location. The cost for accommodation is:
  • R700.00 single supplement or R550.00 per person sharing (self catering)
  • R800.00 single supplement or R650.00 per person sharing (bed and breakfast)
  • The nights of the 14th, 15th and 16th of November are in Prince Albert, the 17th is in Sutherland.
  • If you are self driving, you are welcome to book your own accommodation and meet us at each workshop.
*Shared transport:
  • We are offering shared transport from Hermanus / George Airport, or anywhere en-route to Prince Albert on the 14th of November
  • On the 18th of November drop off at CT International Airport or Hermanus from Sutherland.
  • The cost of the full transport is R2250.00 per person (Airport transfers are an additional R300.00 per person).
  • If you are self driving to Prince Albert and would like to be part of the shared transport for the workshops – no problem. We will book your accommodation as per above and the cost of this partly-shared transport is R1000.00 per person.
Tripods:

Tripods are essential on all workshops except Lightroom. They are available to rent at R100 per lesson, or R250 per day.

Payment details:
  • Upon booking, we require a R1000.00 deposit to secure your place
  • By 30 September: the accommodation cost in full, and the R500.00 management fee (for the logistics – this is not included in the instruction)
  • By 31 October the balance of the workshops and transport.
Maximum/minimum numbers. Cancellations:

Minimum number of people per lesson of 8 people and a maximum of 20 (10 people per workshop / per instructor) .

  • If the minimum number is not reached, we will offer another region or give a full refund.
  • If you have to cancel, no refunds are offered.
  • If we have to cancel, we will offer a full refund.
  • If lockdown re-launches and we can no longer go, we will hold all deposits and re-schedule.
Any questions?

Give Leanne a call on 083 293 7208

Price and Payment:

Places are only secured via EFT:  The banking details are:

  • The Photo Shed
  • Nedbank
  • Hermanus – Branch code: 134512
  • Account number: 115 785 7663
  • Current account
What should I wear or bring?
  • Comfortable clothing and walking shoes are recommended.
  • Warm jackets and windbreakers/rain jackets.
  • Head torches for night time photography.
Indemnity:

By booking this Photo-Tour, you agree to be bound by thephotowalkers.com indemnity terms and conditions. thephotowalkers.com, its staff, employees, suppliers and partners will not be held responsible for loss, injury, death or damage including consequential loss of any nature whatsoever while on the tour, in the shared transport, in the accommodation or during an activity.  By booking this tour, you understand and accept this. thephotowalkers.com will do their best to avoid any circumstances that may lead to the above.

Intellectual Property and Confidentiality:

By booking this tour, you understand, accept and agree that any information given as well as any service providers, locations, workshops, partners, techniques or any part of the tour whatsoever is the Intellectual Property of The Photowalkers (t/a thephotowalkers.com).